Flexibility and Customization: Coda allows you to design your bug tracking system exactly the way you want it. You can create custom tables, views, and formulas to suit your bug tracking workflow and process. Every team can visualize bugs the way they want to, the schema can be easily extended, while still ensuring a common schema that applies to everyone.
Visualizations : Coda lets you create charts and visualizations to track bug trends, priorities, SLAs, and other metrics, providing a clear overview of bug tracking efforts. All of these can be customers to the specific metrics and targets your team cares about.
Coda allows teams to setup notifications, alerting, and workflows that the teams want, using the tools they use like Slack, Microsoft teams etc: With Coda teams can setup customized alerting on bugs, tickets, and issues. For example, they can alert an engineer when a P0 is assigned, or alert the quality manager when a status update happens on a P0, or alert a team when a release blocking regression is found in their area. Coda integrates with third party services like Slack, Microsoft Teams, Gmail, which allows users to customize the alerting to reach users in the tools they use.
Everything can live in one place, including the feature specs: Coda is not just a table, but a full document surface and it lets users to bring together various types of data in the same document. With Coda your quality tracker can also be the place where you define and store your teams prioritization philosophy, guidelines, and instructions for the teams. You no longer need to have a separate place to document that, and then direct users to the quality tracker. You team can create their product specs in Coda, use it to make decisions, and collaborate on it together.
It saves you money compared to alternatives: Coda’s maker billing makes it a very cheap solution to roll out to your team. With maker billing you only need to pay for makers (you can , but at a high level these are users who create docs and pages). Everyone else in your team can use Coda for free. This saves teams a lot of money compared to alternative solutions where every user has to pay for a license. For a team of 100 engineers this can easily add up to tens of thousands of dollars over a year.